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NON-PUPIL DAYS 2018/2019: Tuesday 4th and Wednesday 5th September 2018, Monday 29th October 2018, Monday, 3rd June 2019, Wednesday, 24th June 2019…
Children in Need Friday, 16th November 2018: Non-uniform day in exchange for a £1 donation to this worthy cause.  Thank you in advance of your support…
Family Portrait Evening: Thursday, 6th December 2018.  5.30-7pm – only 20 spaces available.  See our post on the home page for full details.  Please book your place via the school office…
Parents Evening: Tuesday, 13th November 2018.  Letters being sent home with children on Friday, 2nd November.  Please return the slip at the bottom of the letter to your child’s teacher by Tuesday, 6th November…
If you have any questions relating the school curriculum, Mr Mays, Deputy Head, holds drop-in sessions every Wednesday.  He will be available to answer your questions between 9.15 and 10.15am.  No appointment necessary…
PTA Events: Next School Disco : Tuesday, 18th December 2018.  Lower School 4.30-5.45, Upper School 6-7.15.  £2 entry payable on the door.  Refreshments available…
Christingle Rock Carol Services: Tuesday, 11th December 2018 – Years 4 and 6 will be 9.15-10am, Years 3 and 5 will be 2-2.45pm.  Wednesday, 12th December 2018 – Years 3 and 5 will be 9.15-10am and Years 4 and 6 will be 2-2.45pm.  Parents/carers welcome…
Carol Service featuring Salvation Army Band: Monday, 17th December at 2.30pm in the school playground.  Parents/carers welcome…

Learning to succeed

Learning to Succeed

At Alton Park Junior School, a large Junior School with a 4 form entry, we aim to challenge all our pupils to ensure they fulfil their potential. We promote respect and tolerance within school and our wider community which prepares our children for life in modern Britain.

Key Aims, Ethos and Vision

Our vision is that our children will achieve well, have fun and develop a lifelong passion for learning at Alton Park Junior School and for the future.

We believe in an education which is holistic, equitable, empowering, nurturing and liberating for all members of the school and the local and wider community. This is achieved through a determined dedication to serve, through self-belief, through effective collaboration with others and sustained by ensuring transparent accountability at all levels.

Visits to our school are most welcome. If you have any questions about the school, or would like to arrange a visit, please contact Kay Edwards on 01255 424335 or via the Contact form

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